Housing & Campus Facilities

Beginning with the fall semester of 2022, Carroll will no longer provide alternative isolation housing for COVID-19 positive students.

If a student tests positive and lives on campus, we strongly encourage that the student limit their exposure to others by staying in their residence hall room for the recommended period of time (see the CDC calculator and guidance.). We recognize this presents a challenge with roommates so if a student has the ability to travel home or isolate off-campus, we recommend they do so.

Tips to prevent the spread of COVID-19 while you're isolating in the residence halls:

  • Wear a mask.
  • Limit face-to-face interactions.

  • Open windows for ventilation.

  • Wash your hands often.

  • Avoid common areas.

  • Have friends or roommates deliver your meals to you.